Commissioner of Oaths services are offered through the Town Clerk's Department between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm and include affidavits, oaths, statutory declarations and foreign pension documents. Documents involving out of Province matters or real estate, wills or foreign jurisdiction require the services of a notary/solicitor. All travel letters require the services of a notary/solicitor. Since the services vary, it is recommended that you contact the Municipal Office in advance of your visit to confirm that your document can be commissioned by the Commissioner of Oaths. The Town does not provide Notary Public services. A list of Notary Publics and lawyers who notarize documents can be found in your local phone directory.
Once you are certain the Town can commission your document, you must visit the Clerk's Department in person. The request for the Commissioner of Oaths service must be made by the same individual who will be taking the oath and signing the document. You must present one original piece of photo identification (no copies permitted) in the form of government-issued photo identification, (i.e. a valid driver's license, a valid passport), which includes your address. All documents to be commissioned must be signed in the presence of the Commissioner of Oaths.
$15.00 (HST included) for each document.